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chowyp | Mar 12, 201203:12 PM     19

Growing up with a Newfie parent, chickens and turkeys were always seasoned with savoury, an herb from Newfoundland that sort of looks like rosemary but has a completely different flavor. I've never seen it for sale outside Newfoundland/Cape Breton, but would LOVE to get my hands on some. I've tried ordering it off Amazon.com and it was terrible, full of hard stalks and hardly edible.

Has anyone any idea of where you can buy savoury in the GTA? It would be awesome if it were the Mt. Scio brand that you get in Newfoundland, but really anything would do.

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